Aficionados of tasty food and cultural history Jeff Nield and Joanne Will explore delicacies native to B.C., and tell the stories behind them.
In This Series
While creating the 100-Mile Diet, James MacKinnon realized local foods have amazing pasts. Result: a new Tyee series.
Bringing BC's native Olympia back from the brink and on to the table.
Salt Spring Islanders keep planting and baking BC's very own Ruckle bean.
Please be part of our project by nominating a food to research. You might win a prize.
Marquis wheat, a great Canadian invention, was bred in BC but vanished here. Until now.
We asked for your BC food history tips, and received a horn of plenty.
How the 'outlaw' Cariboo spud, once blacklisted by agribiz advocates, was saved. Latest in our Eat Your History series.
How fate and fortitude combined to give us a new apple so good it had to be called Ambrosia.
Women are leading a revival of First Nations' staple foods. To get lucky, you have to get mucky.
Salt Spring Island lamb is legendary. And has never been more threatened.